Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
Here's an easier method that doesn't entail having to log in to your router. Provided you've got another Windows computer that's
already connected to your wireless network, this free program will
allow to to retrieve and view the network's WEP key:
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Access your router's page in order to get your wep key. type http://routerlogin.net on the address bar of your web browser. it'll prompt you for the username which is admin by default and for the password which is password by default as well.
once your on the router's page, go to the wireless settings at left part of the page under setup. there you will find the wep key of the router that you need to connect wirelessly to it
hope this'll help you
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